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Following the iPhone 4S announcement, it was decried by a large portion of consumers -- "It's the same phone!" -- and to an extent, they were correct. Is it a worthy upgrade?
26 Oct 2011
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Apple's new iPhone 4S has the same shaped chassis as it's iPhone 4 predecessor, but with a different innards under the hood. With a new A5 processor, better camera and Siri voice assistant, is the upgrade worth it?
8 Dec 2011
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Apple's new iPhone 4S has the same shaped chassis as it's iPhone 4 predecessor, but with a different innards under the hood. With a new A5 processor, better camera and Siri voice assistant, is the upgrade worth it?
16 Dec 2011
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It seems like a long time ago already, but the iPhone 4S only launched a little over six weeks now. When we reviewed the device back in October, we felt it was one of the best smartphones on the market, although it wasn't worth upgrading from the iPhone 4. Has our opinion changed?
1 Dec 2011
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15 Mar 2012
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18 Apr 2012
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11 Jul 2012
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Joshua Topolsky of The Verge reviews the iPhone 4S. Want more? Read the full written review here: *******thisismynext****/2011/10/11/iphone-4s-review/ and be sure to subscribe for more videos like this.
18 Oct 2011
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iPhone 4S Review - Worthy Upgrade? iPhone 4S Review -- Worth the Upgrade? (video) By Jon Rettinger on October 20, 2011 (48 minutes ago) in iPhone, Reviews, Videos There's a huge sense of familiarity when holding the iPhone 4S. Following the device's announcement, it was decried by a large portion of consumers -- "It's the same phone!" -- and to an extent, they were correct. Comparing the iPhone 4S to last year's model side-by-side, there's virtually no discernible difference between the two; it's much the same way Apple handled the 3G and 3GS upgrade. Although the iPhone 4S may not have been the upgrade folks were looking for, that doesn't mean it hasn't enjoyed tremendous popularity since it went on sale. Judging by the numbers, familiarity can sometimes be a good thing, especially when you consider the iPhone 4′s excellent design, something most companies have still yet to match. The internals are the real story, however, as much has been improved since last year's model, including a faster processor, upgraded camera and the all new Siri voice assistant. We've had the iPhone 4S for a little under a week, and while there is a noticeable difference between the 4 and 4S when loading applications and browsing the web, it isn't mind-blowingly faster. Apple gave a lot of attention to Siri and her capabilities, touting its convenience and ease-of-use. While Siri is good fun and does make tasks like setting appointments, speech-to-text and checking weather easier, I often found myself forgetting about the new software altogether. Whether or not Siri is a compelling enough reason to upgrade is up to personal preference. For me, it's not reason enough. What I was most impressed with was the new upgraded camera in the iPhone 4S. The new 8 megapixel shooter is a huge improvement over last year's model which is saying a lot considering how great the iPhone 4 camera was. Video quality is excellent as well; 1080p recordings look beautiful at 30 fps. Does the bump from last year's model warrant an upgrade? If you consider the iPhone 4S in a world where the iPhone 4 doesn't exist then, yes, it's a fantastic phone that offers a number of great services -- iTunes, App Store, Siri -- and some wonderful internal upgrades, living up to the high Apple standard. Paired next to the iPhone 4, however, and we were left feeling a bit unimpressed, empty. It's faster, but it doesn't do anything substantially different other than offering Siri. It really comes down to whether or not you're comfortable signing away another two years. If you've upgraded, what are your thoughts? If you're new to the iPhone, how are you liking your Apple device? For more tech goodness, check us out at: *******www.technobuffalo**** Follow Us on Twitter: *******www.twitter****/technobuffalo Like Us on Facebook: *******www.facebook****/technobuffalo Check Us Out on Google + *******tchno.be/qxgw8y
21 Oct 2011
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PhoneArena reviews the Apple iPhone 4S. Talk about a long time in the making, especially when the iPhone 4 established itself as one of the most indelible smartphones in the last year alone, but close after a year and a half of being on the market, we're finally seeing its successor in the long awaited Apple iPhone 4S. Just like what we saw with the iPhone 3GS in the past, the iPhone 4S is nothing more than an incremental upgrade. Donning a near replica of its predecessor's design, most of the smartphone's juicy new features are ... For more details, check out our web site: *******www.phonearena****/reviews/Apple-iPhone-4S-Review_id2859
26 Jul 2012
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IGN gives its video review of the new Apple iPhone 4S tech. It may not be the iPhone 5, but Apple's new smartphone has some powerful new upgrades. IGN's YouTube is just a taste of our content! Check out our other game channels: IGN Home - *******www.ign**** Call of Duty - *******youtube****/callofdutyign Zelda - *******youtube****/zeldaign Battlefield - *******youtube****/battlefieldign Halo - *******youtube****/haloign Street Fighter - *******youtube****/streetfighterign And more!
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Detailed spec comparison & photos: *******bit.ly/ppv25y Full iPhone 4S review: *******bit.ly/tSkfdu Full Samsung Galaxy S II Review: *******bit.ly/lAHVY8 The iPhone 4S (available on Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint) and the Samsung Galaxy S II (available on T-Mobile, AT&T, and Sprint) are two of the best smartphones on the market right now. In this video we compare program launching speed, web browsing performance, gaming smoothness, specs, 1080p video recording, and even artificial intelligence in terms of the digital assistant software included on both. Which of these high-end smartphones is better? Website: *******pocketnow**** Twitter: *******twitter****/pocketnowtweets Facebook: *******www.facebook****/pocketnow
24 Nov 2011
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21 Oct 2011
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24 Oct 2011
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No fake! Officially presented at the WWDC! From TechRadar****: It may not sport a bigger screen or a different design, but the iPhone 4S is certainly a step on from its predecessor, although much of the attention will be focused on just how big that step is. Sporting the already-lauded A5 processor, improved aerial signal and a better camera, the hardware changes to the iPhone 4S from the iPhone 4 are by no means striking. It's difficult not to feel a little underwhelmed that an incremental increase has been 16 months coming. You can check out our iPhone 4S video preview, complete with a look at the new voice controlled Siri software. Hands on: iPhone 4S review In Depth: Not the iPhone 5, but is it enough? Mobile phones News By Patrick Goss Tuesday at 22:45 BST Tell us what you think [ 27 comments ] * * * hands-on-iphone-4s-review Hands on: iPhone 4S review It may not sport a bigger screen or a different design, but the iPhone 4S is certainly a step on from its predecessor, although much of the attention will be focused on just how big that step is. Sporting the already-lauded A5 processor, improved aerial signal and a better camera, the hardware changes to the iPhone 4S from the iPhone 4 are by no means striking. It's difficult not to feel a little underwhelmed that an incremental increase has been 16 months coming. You can check out our iPhone 4S video preview, complete with a look at the new voice controlled Siri software: However, the Siri personal assistant software is likely to capture the headlines, the photographs we took with the new 8 megapixel camera may well convince us to throw away our compact camera and the big improvements in graphics and processor power could lead to some enticing opportunities. We're not going to dwell on the design of the device -- it's identical to the iPhone 4, so check out our hugely in-depth review to see how the hardware handles in the hand. Siri-ously It is Siri that raised the temperature at the launch event more than any other feature, so it seems that the personal assistant is the natural place to start. Voice control is by no means a new concept, but interpreting what has been said and working out the context is something that has not been fully explored on a mobile device before. Google is doing great work with its own voice software, but Siri appears to have taken things - for now at least - to a new level. Why? Simply because it seems remarkably good at interpreting instructions and turning them into actions. Siri isn't integrated into everything that the iPhone 4S does, but it does link up with some key features, allowing it to be a significant tool and not a cheap gimmick. Demanding Siri to, for instance, set up an appointment for 9am on Friday not only creates the appointment, but checks first if you are free and tells you if you have a clash, offering the chance to change your mind. Asking for a Wikipedia search brings the information fast, and the Wolfram Alpha integration means that you can get precise answers to mathematical problems and to things such as currency and weight conversions. The feature also integrates into the new task list in iOS 5 (more on that later) which means you can set up action points not only for times and dates, but also when you leave a 'geo-fenced' area. For example, asking Siri to set a reminder to buy your wife a card when you leave your workplace will do just that. It's a powerful mechanism and one that moves from 'cool, but something you won't use after trying it once' to 'actually something useful'. There are also some slighty twee but satisfying Easter eggs. Ask Siri who she/he is brings up "a humble personal assistant" asking it the meaning of life was met with "To answer questions like these". (Although the obvious answer is 42, right?). It's a very nice integration of something that any sci-fi buff has been expecting on their personal communicator for some time now. And although even Apple is clear that it's not perfect, it is a tool and not just a fad. Aerial threat and happy snapper Moving on, Apple is also keen to point out that the aerial issue that tainted the launch of the iPhone 4S' predecessor -- the iPhone 4 -- is not likely to be repeated, with dual aerials in the 4S that can automatically switch to bring a faster and more stable signal. We can't actually tell you if this is noticeable yet, because we were only able to use the phone on Wi-Fi, but we look forward to testing this out in our full iPhone 4S review later this month. The camera is certainly an improvement; backed up by a very good processor and a decent sensor, along with some interesting software options, the snapper on the iPhone 4S will convince some that the time is ripe to only buy a DSLR for holidays and rely on their smartphone for everyday photo tasks.
27 Oct 2011
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Full iPhone 4S review: *******bit.ly/tSkfdu Apple claims that the iPhone 4S is 2x faster with CPU tasks and 7x faster with graphics tasks when compared to the original iPhone 4. Is this true? In this video we test that claim by doing four tests: start up speed, opening apps, browsing the web, and gaming.
2 Dec 2011
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